SEC Teachers Achieve Perfection Again

By: Robert Henley
Date: 02/14/08
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For the second year in a row every teacher in the SEC has acheived NAD teacher certification. 100 percent certification was one of the primary goals of Elisa Young, SEC Education Superintendent, when she was appointed to the post in 2004.

Toward that end, Young developed the Oakwood University -Southeastern Teacher Institute. The Institute, a partnership between the SEC Education Department and the Oakwood Department of Education, brings together in-service teachers and an Oakwood University professor for two weeks every summer.

Since the implementation of the institute in 2005, more than eighty teachers from the Southeastern and Florida Conferences have participated in the program, which is conducted by Dr. francs Bliss, professor of education. Course offerings are determined by the examination of every teacher’s transcript.

Prior to the implementation of the institute, teachers seeking certification courses had to hope that either Oakwood College, Southern Adventist University or another institution would offer the course (s) they needed for re-certification . The program has made it convenient for teachers to achieve and maintain denominational certification. The North American Division Office of Education offers two types of certification, basic and professional.

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